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How to Apply for High Mileage or Appeal Vehicle Value

Any appeal of the taxable value of your vehicle can be made by mail, email, fax, or in person on or before the tax due date on your bill. High mileage appeals can also be made directly through our website. Filing an appeal does not extend the due date.

High Mileage Appeal

If the mileage on your vehicle qualifies it as a high mileage vehicle, you may be eligible for a reduction on your vehicle property tax bill. Please refer to the High Mileage Chart published by the South Carolina Department of Revenue to determine if your vehicle qualifies. A high mileage reduction is only available for vehicle renewal bills and does not apply to the first property tax bill you receive after purchasing a vehicle.

To complete the High Mileage Appeal Form online click here.

Vehicle Appeal

The SC Department of Revenue (SCDOR) determines the value of motor vehicles within the State by using a set of nationally accepted standards and guidelines established by the auto industry. The bill you receive is based on the value provided to the Auditor’s Office by SCDOR. Any appeal of the fair market value of your vehicle must be done using our Vehicle Value Appeal Affidavit and must be made by mail, email, fax or in person on or before the tax due date on your bill. Filing an appeal does not extend the due date. The appraisal must be done by a dealer of the vehicle make and signed by both the dealer representative and the owner. We cannot accept appraisals from CarMax or other general dealers.

    1. In-person or Mail:
      Greenville County Auditor
      301 University Ridge Suite 800
      Greenville, SC 29601
    2. Fax: 864.467.5960
    3. Email:

The Auditor’s Office cannot accept a Vehicle Value Appeal Affidavit to appeal the value of a bill for a 120 day/dealer first-time bill. For these type bills, a bill of sale can be used to appeal a vehicle value.